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prevented him from getting to lake tahoe so he established his own command center. the fbi was called in and this man 44-year-old fbi agent dean elston was put in charge of the investigation. >> i had two questions i had to ask him right then. one was would frank do this just to get some publicity? he said dean, he would never do this to his mother. the next thing i asked him, do you think the mob has had any connection with the kidnapping? he said no. >> on monday morning in los angeles, my mother actress barbara rush arrived on the warner brother's lot to resume filming robin and the 7 hoods. >> the choreographer came out and said barbara, something has happened, mr. sinatra had to leave and we are not going to shoot the scene today and this was a musical number and i said we are not the going to do it today and she said no, because frank, jr. had been kidnapped and i said he's been kidnapped? frank sinatra's son has been kidnapped you must be joking! >> that morning crazed kidnapper barry keenan decided to drive the nearly 500 miles back to lake tahoe to check out of his hotel and
hotel in reno. the fbi was called in and this mandy nelson was put in charge of the investigation. >> i had two questions i had to ask him right then. one was, who young frank do this just to get publicity? he said dean, he would never do this to his mother. the next thing i asked him, do you think the mob has had any connections with the kidnapping. he said, no. >> on monday morning in los angeles my mother actress barbara rush arrived on the warner brother's lot to resume filming robin and the seven hoods. >> the choreographer came out and said something happened mr. sinatra had to leave and we are not going to finish the scene today. this was a musical number. i said could you do it today? he said no because frank jr. had been kidnapped. i said, he has been kidnapped? frank sinatra's son has been kidnapped. you must be joking. >> that morning crazed kidnaper barry keenan decided to drive nearly 500 miles back to lake tahoe to check out of his hotel and get rid of any lingering evidence. frank sinatra jr. remained at the hideout with ansler and keenan. >> was he mistreated? >> no. >>
states that don't cooperate with the fbi on background checks. you've got states now that permit gun, conceal guns in elementary schools, you've got such a patchwork quilt of states permitting guns and access to guns in places where common sense says they shouldn't be but certainly on these magazines. >> why not a bill that says how about federal grants for armed security in schools, address mental health, i mean, it's a conversation about culture as well as some of these gun restrictions because it sounds likes that's not where the administration is headed. >> i don't know how they get it through the house. in 1994 in a democratic-controlled house 216-214 is how the assault weapon ban was in the house, that was democratic controlled house, 258 democrats were in that house of representatives. you you're not going to see anything. maybe the magazine clip. i do think the magazine clip could you see some sort of movement there but this goes back to why the president has to get a deal before thend end ofe year. if the entire year is lost going two months after two months. if it bothers
want to tell the fbi about it, right? >> i d.id. i went to the hotline i had for the fbi girl. i called, got a message. it was after hours. >> so jimmy told them to come get him, the map and the falcons. his answers to trisha reitler's parents' prayers were just hours away. >> i thought i had wrapped it up. >> expected the troops to come marching in. >> expected them to come marching in. it didn't work out that way. >> the fbi contact didn't get his voicemail. and the chief contact was on vacation. >> you felt kind of full of yourself, didn't you? >> i did. i thought, 24 hours is when they'll have me out of there. i have what they need. this is it. so i went across to his cell here. >> impulsively, jimmy decided he couldn't leave prison without giving his fake friend a piece of his mind. >> the repulse sieiveness that felt the whole time i had to e pretend to be his friend, i felt i had to unload on him. i said, you know, i'll be going home tomorrow, larry. you're a crazy killer, and i started calling him everything you can think of. >> with that, jimmy returned to his cell and waited
attorneys. >> f-b-i agents are still searching for a bank robber who escaped a prison in chicago on a rope of bed sheets, after a second escapee was caught. joseph jose banks and kenneth conley climbed out the window of their cell early tuesday morning, and scaled down the wall. more than five days later, conley is still on the loose. but banks was caught late has the story >> they cut it federal marshals, a handcuffed and shackled joseph jose banks answered the judge's questions quietly and politely, with a respectful "sir" and "your honor" punctuating his answers. >> jose banks is not a violent person. he's been characterized that way. i think that is a mischaracterization of jose banks. it was late last night at an apartment in the 23-hundred block of north bosworth that a swarm of fbi agents took thinking the man was long was living downstairs. how the 37-year-old escapee was discovered and where he's been since tuesday, the fbi isn't saying. but a law enforcement source says agents had been staking out banks' relatives and associates, in the hopes he >> they cut it to where they said
to the fbi and all four were indicted and pled guilty to smuggling charges. >> commissioner loftus was next. thank you. >> well, i'm just so thrilled to hear this presentation. i think you all know, human trafficking is something that is a crime that hides in plain sight. the victims often look and appear like they are prostitutes or they are people who could be working as a dish washer in a restaurant and they are all around us. and so one of the major holes that we found is that people thought human trafficking was something the feds do when actually there's a big swaugt of gang members who are, the term is running girls through cities and no one is seeing it. so i feel like this is really -- and to have inspector flores working on this, someone who is a legend, someone who helped us hold accountable people who have committed horrific acts of domestic violence while helping make the victim whole at the same time and having such profound respect for victims of violence. so the fact you are working on this is incredible and i want to echo what the two of you said. the attorney gener
the guidelines; but after our reports, the district cut off the federal funds. the saint andrew and the fbi has stepped in to question a possible misuse of federal money. >>> an advisor to the u.s. was shot and killed by a police woman in kabul. officials in afghanistan say the police woman shot the advisor with a pistol as he emerge from a small shop near headquarters. the suspect arrested shortly afford. the advisor's identity has not yet been released, the latest in a rash of insider attacks by police officers against their foreign allies. >>> 4:50. >>> a senator from idaho is apologizing for being arrested over the weekend. >> and that is senator michael crepo. he was pulled over yesterday just outside of washington. police say he had run a red light. then he failed a field sobriety test. the senator said he's deeply sorry and will deal with the consequences. >>> a had missouri congressman is inspiring people as he tries to make himself a little health year. representative billy long won his campaign for reelection in the fall. well now he is trying to win the campaign against being overwei
am wondering if the justis system will be different, connected to any federal database like the fbi or department of homeland security. >> i am the justis project manager. justis is designed to replace the aging cable mainframe system. each department is in the process or has completed the implementation of the wrong department specific case management system. though specific case management systems connect to justis is a way to exchange data between departments. since justis is at that how point, it gives us the ability to all information and roll it up to public data as well as criminal justice data. what was your other question? >> i am wondering if justis is any different. >> i know their systems in the city and county of seven san francisco to collect to colect, for background checks, as far as justis replacing the cable system, justis will assist individual departments in creating the roll up reports. we have not received whether to the technical steering committee or the justis council, and requirements to connect federally. >> i asked because of my background. i wa
, connectors very sad and cisco. but he goes on to the sherman later, the fbi and the cold war were going after harry bridges and the restless in doing so, were determined to throw them in prison because he was such an effective pay per liter. this is a great champion of civil rights. he runs for president under the progressive party ticket in 1952. fbi goes after with everything they have. he's turned in prison on trumped up tax charges twice, but he raises the sprawling brood of chuck irish kids. terence hallinan who miss in this neighborhood, brother patrick, lawyers themselves and of course da of san francisco. the only da, by the way, who was given a hot fix for janis joplin of hair heroin and latest bid to become da of san francisco. so this is a book that really told it self i have to say. these stories and characters are truly larger than life. >> just after that, make japan yen and brian rohan worked in hallinan's office and they were the guys who started halo, he had ran out of the dads front hollar, a victorian house. they were providing legal services to other kids that got bested i
tuesday. but the breakout didn't last long. a swarm of police and fbi agents arrested banks at an apartment. the manhunt for the other escapee continues. >>> a police officer in the right place at the right time. take a look at this video. this is footage from a police car dashcam in spooner, wisconsin, capturing what police officer adam brunclick saw as he was driving along his beat. a child you see there in the yellow jacket in a shopping cart rocketing towards a busy street. the officer realized he couldn't stop the car so he stopped traffic instead. it worked and the little boy escaped unharmed. wow. >>> their job is to make people laugh, but not these days. how a connecticut radio morning show has become a way for listeners to heal. powerful words coming up. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. how much is your current phone bill? four sixteen seventy
of different reasons but because of his labor politics but also because he had called the fbi in to investigate a lynching that it happened in south carolina in 1947, and that was not a popular thing to do, to called in the fbi to investigate a lynching. but that's all in the book. it's a fascinating moment in his career. that's when a lot of things are really moving around. both in history and in southern politics. yes? >> over the years, i have read that haley barbour in his role as party chair was -- [inaudible] but i notice his name is not listed in the index. >> haley barbour certainly has played a huge role in modern republican politics, enormously talented guy who started off in mississippi politics and rose to great prominence, to be party chairman in 96. at there have been a lot. he was an important figure in kind, important southerner in building the modern gop. as you know, there have been important south killings, too. lee atwater. atwater is a guy who comes out of thurmond's political shop, yeah, that really has a huge influence on gop politics in the 1980s. runs george bush's camp
the new home of the f.b.i. the general services administration is searching for a new location for the headquarters. the j. edgar hoover building on pennsylvania avenue is deteriorating and no longer suits the agency's needs. they have proposed swapping the building for a new site in the metropolitan area. >>> at 4:50, turning our attention to this morning's health news, new research shows excessive protein in the brain may be linked to autistic like behavior, including impaired communication and diminished social interaction. doctors at the university of california san francisco believe the finding could eventually lead to drug therapy which could treat autism spectrum disorders ucial known as aac -- usually known as aac. >>> kids with allergies have another challenge at lunch time. almost a third of children with allergies are bullied at school and many parents don't realize their youngsters are being teased. >>> researchers in belgium have a new strategy for fighting obesity. they're trying to better understand taste sensors in the stomach. the sensors respond to excess food
ban for ten years. we had what senator feinstein is suggesting. it was allowed to expire. the fbi, the justice department, and others who studied it said it made no difference. >> if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our school to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> despite the national rifle association's opposition to any new gun laws, president obama insists an action is not an option when it comes to protecting children. while democrats and republicans are upset over the massacre in newtown, the country remains polarized on the issue of gun control. cnn's senior congressional correspondent dana bash is in washington. we know that some lawmakers came forward and expressed interest in introducing legislation about gun control, but i guess the question is will they really in the new year? >> reporter: it really -- the reaction, especially and even among republicans to the nra idea is sort of muted at best. it's not a lot of enthusiasm on capitol hill for the idea of the federal government stepping in and endorsing the idea of all schools having
. the fbi, the justice department and others who studied it said it made no difference. so if we're looking at things that are effective, let's talk about them. but first, let's talk about protecting our kids. >> reporter: the full court press from the nra comes as some democrats, who have long supported the nra, are showing an openness to change. democratic senator mark warner of virginia who has an "a" rating from the nra, suggested that the gun lobbying group is out of touch. >> to me simply saying existing gun laws are enough the status quo is acceptable just didn't pass my gut check as a father. >> reporter: most republican lawmakers, though, remain wary of any new gun l krocontrol measures such as an assault weapons ban. >> people where i live i've been christmas shopping all weekend, have come up to me and said please don't let them take my guns away. >> reporter: retiring senator kay bailey hutchinson are one of a few from her party saying they ought to look at gun control measures. >> i think we ought to be looking at where the real danger is like those large cl
saints in guatemala city. she was held captive and her kidnappers demanding ransom and the fbi and local police rescuing her and her family's grief now turning to joy. >> really didn't know what to do. my dad was crying and my mom was crying and i wasn't-- >> it was just like, wow, she's alive and it took her perspective. >> sarah was reportedly kept in a house blind folded with her hands tied and she says she went harmed and that she tried to teach her captors religious lessons and she's planning to stay in guatemala for the remained of her mission, wraps up in may. growing controversy over big changes to immigration and customs importation and customs policy. the agency saying they've no longer deport those with criminal histories even if they've been stopped for small crimes and traffic violations. dominic, the changes on the friday before the christmas holiday. >> oh, yeah, and trying to sort of sneak it under the news radar, really, harris, but immigration enforcement now being told not to case after just any unlawful immigrant and these are serious criminal charges, of violence aga
was kidnapped last week and held captive for two-days. kidnapers demeaning ransom. the fbi and local police rescuing her and another person we are told. her family's grief now turning to joy. >> don't really know what to doe. my ded was crying my mom was crying. didn't think i was going to be able to see her again. >> wow she is alive. it's for christmas. >> she was kept in a house blindfolded with her hands tied. she wasn't harmed and tried to teach her captors religious lessons. she is planning to stay in guatemala for the remainder of her mission which raps up in may. there are big changes in immigration and cuts in deportation policy. the agency saying they will no longer support illegal immigrants who do not have serious criminal histories even if they have been stopped for small crimes for traffic violations. dominic is live at the bureau. >> these changes come friday before the christmas holiday. >> they are trying to make it out of the news radar. but immigration forces now being told not to chase after any unlawful immigrant. only the serious ones with charges of center lines. they
the top of the hour. 50 years lart the search is still on for a missing new jersey boy. police and the fbi releasing this new image of what william billy jones might look like today to help further in investigation. is this appearance playing outside in the snow with his sister in the front yard years ago. more people might be checking out of cash strapped california. could force many democrats to flee. families making over 250,000 a year can afford to pay more. it is expect to do hit $28 billion. >>> as one-third of us travel this christmas season travelers are expected -- hope to have an easy trip to security. we are live in laguardia airport. i want to hear this one. >> laguardia air force that is the good news. as we all know there could be a white christmas in our area. estimated 42 million people traveled by air during this holiday season. there are a couple of situations especially going through security you want to make sure you don't have the 3.4 ounces you check all of those things. i looked this up. you can bring fruit cake, turkeys not jam. if you want to bring jam you have to
for ten years, we had what senator feinstein is suggesting, it was allowed to expire, the fbi, the justice department and others, the studies made no difference. if we're looking at things that are effective, let's talk about it, but first, let's talk about protecting our kids. >> you heard what david keen, who's the nra president had to say on cbs face the nation regarding gun laws, what do you think? >> well, with all due respect to the nra, and i believe in the second amendment in general, but i also believe that i won't pretend to be a gun rights lobbyist if they don't pretend to be school security experts. that way we can respect our field. one gun in the hands of a kid is one too many in a school. when we look at the firepower, i think we need to have some rational conversations on the gun issue and stop politicize. within 24 hours, we started circling the wagons on this issue. and yes, that needs to be a conversation, we also need to balance out that conversation, what are we going to do when kids come back to school in two weeks and how do we pull back all these other resources tha
, the department of justice could do more, the fbi could do more, than just stand back and take pictures. we thought they could prevent some of the violence and protect people that were being arrested, being beaten and being killed. amy goodman: i'd like to play danny glover reading the excerpts of the speech that you didn't give. danny glover: "to those who have said, 'be patient and wait,' we must say that 'patience' is a dirty and nasty word. we cannot be patient. we do not want to be free gradually. we want our freedom, and we want it now. we cannot depend on any political party, for both the democrats and the republicans have betrayed the basic principles of the declaration of independence. ... "we won't stop now. all of the forces of eastland, barnett, wallace and thurmond won't stop the revolution. the time will come when we will not confine our marching to washington. we will march through the south, through the heart of dixie, the way sherman did. we shall pursue our own 'scorched earth' policy and burn jim crow to the ground!" amy goodman: john lewis, you also said a part that didn
. and the agents on the scene are depicted as okay with that. in real life, when that happened a fbi agent who was on the scene had a fit, began yelling at the agents, threatened to have them arrested and said this isn't the way we do this or the way americans do this. so really dramatic confrontations about the moral issues that were going on there. >> is there anything that the senators in writing this, have they asked for anything in return? >> they have. they have asked that sony make it clear that it's fiction but what the senators really could do and the reason the movie is so powerful is so much is still classified so all we have is the movie. we have the movie giving us sort of a window on something we haven't seen and they could get more declassified. >> amy davidson, thanks so much. great to see you. >>> it's looking like christmas here at 30 rock. more about that after break. ] you know exactly what it takes to make them feel better. ♪ you make me happy [ female announcer ] that's why you choose children's tylenol. the same brand your mom trusted for you when you were young. ♪ h
county is the latest jurisdiction vying to become the new home of the f.b.i. the general services administration is searching for a new location for the headquarters. the j. edgar hoover building on pennsylvania avenue is deteriorating and no longer suits the agency's needs. the gsa has proposed swapping the building for a new site in the washington metropolitan area, building along with several -- prince george's county along with several communities in northern virginia are also in the running. >>> at 5:35, time for the next your money segment. here are today's headlines. some storm sandy hurt profits at walgreen's. the drugstore chain was forced to close hundreds of stores in the northeast in october costing the company $24 million. walgreen's also filled fewer prescriptions last quarter resulting in a 26% drop in profits. >>> instagram has had a change of art. the popular photo sharing site has done away with wording in its new terms service agreement which sparked outcry from users. they were concerned it meant their photos could appear in advertisements without payment or co
responsible? why did the fbi take several weeks to get on to the site of benghazi. why were reporters finding journals of the ambassador but we still don't know what the ambassador actually really thought or said about the security risks. >> chris: you heard the clip of lindsay graham saying he wants to ask secretary clinton the what did you know and when did you know it questions. she is reportedly going to testify in january. is the controversy dead or still have some legs? >> the controversy is dead, over. over for a long time. the report says there is no coverup and no lies. it the politicized in the midst of the campaign. with regard to hillary clinton there is no indication that she saw any of the reports and the report talks about did it get to the 7th floor. that is not clear from the report. nobody is indicateing that secretary clinton had some operative decision-making role here that led to the calamity. she may say she saw some of it but it is not determinative. the larger issue here is the fact that this report and you have is credible people behind it saying we looked into all th
of the fbi's secret intelligence operationing in "enemies." in "the oath," legal analyst jeffrey toobin analyzes the relationship between the white house and the supreme court. pleasure journalist robert draper provides an inside account of the 112th united states congress in "do not ask what good we do: inside the u.s. house of representatives." in "s escape from camp 14," blaine harden recounts one man's escape from a north korean political prison camp. for an extended list of links to various publications 2012 notable book selections, visit booktv's web site, booktv.org, or our facebook page, facebook.com/back tv. booktv. ♪ finish. ♪ ♪ >> if we turn away from the needs of others, we align ourselves with those forces which are bringing about this suffering. >> the white house is a bully pulpit, and you ought to take advantage of it. >> obesity in this country is nothing short of a public health crisis. >> i think i just had little antennas that went up and told me when somebody had their own agenda. >> so much influence in that office, it'd be just a shame to waste it. >> i thin
and right now the system we have now is fullly automated one by the fbi. >> host: the way it work was in effect the honor system you. went in and bought a guy and they ask you, craig, are you a felon? if you said, no, you got to buy a gun. >> guest: the '68 act would allow people to lie and get away with. that wasn't changed in the brady act, and that's when -- >> host: the nra is supporting things, the '68 act, the prominent republicans supporting it. when did the nra change and when -- how did that mindset become different here? >> guest: well, interestingly, came as a sort of a surprise to me, too to learn the nra was initially founded by two former "new york times" reporters. >> host: now i know who to blame. >> guest: they were concerned about being prepared for national defense, like the first world war and making sure we had enough people in the country who knew how to use firearms, that we wouldn't be defeated if it came to a war. >> host: when i was growing up i had my marksmanship in camp. >> guest: my son got one. >> host: i kept those badges, too. quite a prize. and th
went up to talk to bill. 9/11 i went up to talk to a f.b.i. agent i knew in boston and stopped at bill's to get a take of a historian. and we were just friends. we would have dinner, watch the red sox. host: what was he like? guest: well, i forget who i have told this story. if i told it today, tell me. the first night i met him he and the old marines were sitting around talking about old marine stuff. host: you had gone up there with these marines. guest: to do a feature story. there was a knock on the door around 10:00. that was late. young woman from wesleyan, a student with two books of man westchester she and the old wanted him to nscribe to her father or maybe her grand father who was a world war that vet. manchester invited her in, sat her down, offered her tea or wine and five marines talked about the war and she listened for two hours and probably got a story she would never gets again. and i just mets him hours earlier. and i thaought this is a generos man. and i always believed that. he would call my little boy patrick reid who helped me did the book, he is 20 now. and bill
on at the federal and state level. so in alaska last year the fbi gave covenant house its community partner award for the work we're doing to identify victims of sex trafficking and to work on the prosecution of those who traffic kids. in pennsylvania, several weeks ago, covenant house in philadelphia led a coalition that successfully championed new safe harbor legislation that helps victims of sex trafficking. that would be true throughout the united states and of course in latin america where covenant houseworks in mexico, nicaragua and guatemala. in honduras we work very directly including we coprosecute cases against gangs and cartels trafficking kids as young as 6, 7, 8, programs. the work we do to help victims recover depends where that victim is in terms of their exploitation and their suffering. but it almost always involves psychiatric counseling. helping young people begin to deal with rape and exploitation. and help them build a plan forward. that is not very different than the work that we were doing, 30 years ago when kids, we call it trafficking now but it's been going on for a long
kennedy died he had known him -- as part of the story i talked to bill. 9/11, i went up to talk to an fbi agent i knew in boston and stop that bill's to get the take of a historian. we were just friends. had dinner, what the red sox. >> what was he like? >> i forget who i have told the story to -- the first night i met him, he and the old marines were sitting around and talking about old marine staff. >> he had gone out there with the marines -- >> to do a feature story. there was a knock on the door at 10:00. a young woman from wesleyan with two books of his -- he wanted -- she wanted him to describe to grandfather. he invited her in, sat her in, offered her tea or wine, and the five marines talked about the war. she listened for two hours and got a story she would never get again. i had just met him hours earlier. i thought, this is a generous man. i always believed that. he would, a little boy, who helped me do the book. bill would call him and talk about history, and he would say, that all is pretty smart. things he did not have to do. i noticed that. >> william manchester died at age
wayne lapierre, you're wrong. >> you've got 35 states that don't cooperate with the fbi on background checks. you've got states now that permit gun, conceal guns in elementary schools, you've got such a patchwork quilt of states permitting guns and access to guns in places where common sense says they shouldn't be but certainly on these magazines. >> why not a bill that says how about federal grants for armed security in schools, address mental health, i mean, it's a conversation about culture as well as some of these gun restrictions because it sounds likes that's not where the administration is headed. >> i don't know how they get it through the house. in 1994 in a democratic-controlled house 216-214 is how the assault weapon ban was in the house, that was democratic controlled house, 258 democrats were in that house of representatives. you you're not going to see anything. maybe the magazine clip. i do think the magazine clip could you see some sort of movement there but this goes back to why the president has to get a deal before thend end ofe year. if the entire year is lost goi
there. we stayed a half an hour. and we just went home. and the next morning, the fbi was there to arrest him at about 7:00 a.m. >> andrew and mark madoff had turned their father in. shortly after the arrest, ruth madoff called andrew, pleading with him to cosign his father's $10-million bail bond. >> and i said, you know, "forget it. there's no way. i mean, how could you even ask that question? no, i'm not signing that bail bond. that's crazy." >> i just wanted him to come home. i was so afraid. >> afraid of... >> i mean, the whole idea of going to prison is sort of unthinkable to me. i don't think i ever knew anybody that went to prison. >> mr. madoff, what do you have to say for yourself? >> bail was eventually guaranteed by ruth and madoff's brother peter, and bernie was released. all of his assets were frozen, but in a stunning breach of the court order barring the transfer of property, a large and extremely valuable envelope arrived at andrew madoff's apartment. >> i tore open the envelope and--and--and dumped it out. and it was absolutely heartbreaking. these we
was in place. so, again, the fbi, the department of justice, has not indicated through statistical analysis that that has made any difference at all in school safety so the risk is still there. >> why do you think a mother needs a military assault-style rifle? do you think that's needed for protection? >> well, i think there's freedom in this country to have weapons. i think there's obviously ways you can control that. we've passed prohibition on machine guns which is automatic fire. and so you cannot have that in our society. whether you should have additional restrictions is going to be a debate that's in congress. my job is not to determine that. my job is to increase safety. i know the right way to do that is through helping our schools. and we cannot wait six months in order for congress to debate whether we're going to have more controls or not. we have to do something now for our children's safety. and we have one third of the schools with a retired police officer or resource officer there that has an armed presence. it can make a difference, even though it's not an exclusive differe
weapons ban for ten years. we had what senator feinstein is suggesting. it was allowed to expire. the fbi, the justice department and others said it made no distance. >> if it's crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our school to protect our children, then call me crazy. >> while thought of having an armed guard in every school may sound foreign, it's actually normal in some countries. one place is israel which has strict gun laws. sarah schneider joins us from jerusalem. talk about what this is about here. israel is not necessarily arming the teacher, but there is an armed guard or guards in these schools. how does it work? >> reporter: generally the armed guards are outside of schools trying to protect the schools, trying to make sure no one gets in and out that shouldn't be in the schools or may pose a danger. we should talk about some of the misinformation, because i know there was a u.s. lawmaker that said that israel arms its teachers, and that simply is not true. in fact, the gun laws here are much stricter than the united states. we need to keep in mind that here
journal" citing depositions that were unsealed this morning. the s.e.c., fed, fbi alabama banking commission sig t.a.r.p. and the justice department has been questioning bank executives. regulators have warned 350 medical practices that they may have purchased potentially counterfeit botox from a network of wholesalers controlled by canada drugs. that's the problem. it's counterfeit. it's not working. >> is it no good? is it not botox? >> i'm asking a question. why it's not working. >> oh, oh, yeah. >> you are known for that razor sharp -- >> yeah. >> you're a print guy. take your time with these things. how long does it take to write a column? takes like five hours, right? >> yeah. a lot of time. >> i'm afraid of needles. i'm with you on that. but, i've thought about, have you ever had botox? >> no! >> what do you mean? >> i see it in irforehead. you have not with that expression. >> are you kidding? >> but my question, honestly, in a business sense, is the counterfeit botox does not work? it probably isn't real botox, then. and you would like to get real botox, because it can be
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